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our worst, the monday night football game between green bay and seattle and it decided the game. the question is, game-winning ssuchdown here or game-ending yokecall. it's "way too early" for this. good morning, i'm willie geist. it had sole possession and two etnhe iadhe catch. i'm glad you're watching or listening on sirius xm radio. e-mail at waytooearly @msnbc.com or text the word awake followed byou rnso622639. we'll read the best responses. it will be your cram session for tuesday, september 25th. including riots at a chinese factory making iphones. plus, a vid brought to you by the n yorcity brd o
tourism. two dudes in suits sclap fighting over a cab. is clip in its entirety later in the show. first to the news. esident obama is due to ese.en assembly on the defensive for not scheduling face-to-face meetings with foreign leaders. it is a scheduling issue and insist t insists the president speaks often with the and yesterday he sat down for an interviewn view." secretary hillary clinton is handling the bulk of diplomacy and met with mohed morsi about strengthening ties and ensuring diplomatic security. remember, we reported yrd presen morsi had tough words about the united states. secretary clinton met with the presidents of libya, pakistan and to hold talks with benjamin
netanyahu. yesterday in new york iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad looked to stoke an already ten situion t mas during his remarks at the general assembly. he declared that israel is bullying the united states over iran's alleged threat of a nuclear weapon. ahmadijad said he's not worried abo the threat of an attack on hisunhe ct inaonal countries against his country are "not that bad." says we're doing fine. mitt romney schorpening his attacks when it comes to the president's handling of foreign policy. pueblo, the republican candid keyedn on thi sese during his "60 minutes" interview, anti-unrest around the world. >> align ourselves with democracy, universal right, a notion that people haveo b ab to participate in their own
governance, but i was pretty certain and continue to be pretty certain that there are going to be bumps ins road. >> he said the developments in the middle east are bumps in the ro yeah, thofls my reaction. bumps in the road? we had an ambassador assassinated. we had a muslim brotherhood elect a member -- elected to the presidency of egypt, 20,000 have been killed in syria. esaniv a not bumps in the ro developments we do not want to see. this is time for the president who will shape events in the middle east, not just be merciful or be at the merc >> the white house called those commts from candidate romney despatdenau ryan also looking at foreign policy aimed to draw parallels between the obama administration and that of jimmy carter. >> turn on the tv and it reminds
you of 1979 tay ruin but they' burning ou flags and capital all around the world. eytogur bas. we've lost four of our diplomats. and what is the signal that our government is sipdzing the rest of the world? we're being equivocal on our values. we're being slow to speak upor for democracy. we're seeing countries stifle freedom in iran, russia and all these other areas and we're saying we're going to gut our national security, our milita. that projects weakness andhen u that, the superpower projecting weakness that creates a vacuum, a void and gets by cups who do not fill our interest and means our adversaries are that much more tempted us and our allies are much less liky to tru us like rael >>ine idwi address a lot of these today at the u.n. general assembly.
mitt romney and paul ryan continue their bus tour through ohio. innant interview yesterday with peter alexander, he asked about recent poll numbers and why he it z states. trail in so many >> i'm very pleased with the fact we have a campaign that is taking our message to t people across america and, look, we're going to win. there's no question in my mind. we're going to wing. the polls go up,olls go down, then in some weeks i'm ahead. somekshi yo, all these states that voted for barack obama last night right now, the majority of people in those states are saying they don't want to volt for barack obama. >> meanwhile, the president in new york city for the general assembly. one of his first order, taping an interview with the the ls "view." among his opponent's tax returns. >> he was asked does he think it's fair that he pays a lower tax rate than somebody making
$50,000 a year and hesaid, yes, ink it' faind also think that's the way you get economic growth. >> i just got a different vision about how we grow an economy. i think, barbara, you grow an economy from the middle out, not from the top down. >> it wasn't just the president talking about taxes. secretary inton alsei inue ding a speech at the clinton global initiative. >> one of the issues that i have been preaching about around the world is collecting taxes i an omhe elite in every country. you know, i'm out of american politics but -- [ applause ] >> -- it is a fact that around the world the elites of ref couny making money. there are rich people everywhere.
and yet they do not contribute to the growth of their own countries. today both president obama and mitt romney will take part in this year's clintonbal ia. idkey, by the way, will be our guest this morning on "morning joe." with just 42 days to go till election day the race for u.s. senate in massausetts is permanent and has to do with warren's claims of nate amanheritage. scott brown cast doubt on those saying, i think character is important. now both sides are airin out the debate in tv spots across the country. >> i'm scott brown. i approve this ssage. >> elizatharre isry puuens about her heritage behind her. >> identified herself as a native american to employers. >> they have zero evidence of. >> she's facing tough questions about whether she claimed to be minority for ofessional gain. >> she did give an er.
kpsgi >> athing else that will come out about you that you don't already know? >> you know, i don't think so, but who knows? >> as i kid i never asked for documentation when she talked about ouriv aca hege. i knew my family dchts like she was part cherokee and delaware so my parents had to elope. i never asked for, never got any benefit because of my heritage. the people w hired me said they didn't even know aboutit. i'm elizabethwarren. ippro thimee. trown can continue attacking my family. but i'm going to keep fighting for yours. >> recent polling in the state of massachusetts shows us just how tight this race is. one poll puts senator brown ahead by 4 points. another has shown elizabeth waen with aeael >>pp struggles to keep up with demand for its new iphone 5 workers are back to making apple products at the
foxconn factory you heard in china. the company which assembles iphones was ford to shut down a majornt y as thousands of workers rioted, breaking windows overturning poce cars. they're investigating what sparked the violence. let's take an early look at the markets and get more from jeff cutmore live in london. ff, good morning. >> goomog you. a fascinating story. while apple cannot get the iphone 5s out of the door fast enough, there are clearly some manufacturing issues here with the foxconn plant. and this rowdy rt lv lv,000 people seemed to happen away from the main production line, but having said that, it was enough to close the facility for at least 24 hours here and this is not the only problem foxconn have got. the are still issues about usg stunt lse plants for assembling the
iphone. we did see the swhar price come off in monday's trading session just shying away from that 700 bucks level. one other story worth spending time on here. facebook, the shares down 9%, roti out a piece suggesting still the share price might be overvalued, ouch, to anybody who bought into this ipo. it is still 45% underwater compared to the ipo price. fascinating stories in the tech space for y. ropean trade right now. back to you. >> wow, 45% down. jeff, thanks so much. we appreciate it. still ahead this morning on "way too early" -- supply tell you, two of the rst calls at the end of a football call i can remember. >> the rcemerefs strike again, this time directly deciding the outcome of the packers and seahawks game. you make the call. we'll let you do that ahead in
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lids nice. >> get on the subway, it's not a thousand degrees down there like "dante's inferno." >> a lot are still waiting for the first cool air and now warm air is starting to return back to areas chilly. thehust spark. masseshere we by far the worst weather is found in southern illinois from st. louis in between there and indianapolis and pretty nasty thunderstorms. gusty winds and a lot of lightning strikes. over 5,000 in the last hour alone and this is where we'll see the rain the nexto days in a row. theouywe hnd humid air to the south and cooler air up in the great lakes. st. louis, columbus, lexington, kentucky and towards washington, d.c. and pennsylvania, not today. that will be tomorrow. tomorrow's forest. another cool nish. bosto d.kigreat. much of the east coast, a fantastic tuesday. where it's still hot in the 90s from dallas all the way back to phoenix and in the 80s from
atlanta all the way through friday. we go throughout the beginning of fall. iticm of the nfl's replacement refs got hotter after a sunday full of sloppy officiating. last night's game between the sea hawks and packers have broughus to a breaking point. let's work through this together. and pick it up in the th be punches it in. he missed the two-point conversion so up five points at that point right there. first play ofhe ensuing seahawks possession. russian sell wills under pressure. tries to force it to his receiver. he's picked off by mcmillan seahawks' 26 yard line and sets up a field goal. the packers' "d" comes through. the packers are flagged for a dubious roughing the passer call. >> oh. >> instead of a turnover it's a t prs losing a shot to rs
extend the lead. same score, 12-7, green bay, t last play of the game. seahawks on fourth and 10 from the 24. >> the packers playing at the ep alive.s wiln sblo it's a wilson loft to the end zone is fumbled by tate with ginnings -- who do they give it to? ?ouchdown!nnin -- o dohey i hd >> one says touchdown. the other said no time. has to be looked at because it is a score. still an official down there i the pile looking. >> golde tate gets away with teenal i've ever latant pas seen. >> jennings intercepted and he walks out as the player of the game. >> that's mike tirico and jon gruden with the call on espn.
you saw the two officials there. one said touchdown, the other sa time-out meaning sessn. jeings comes down with the ball and golden tate has a piece of it too. look here, the officials, touchdown on the right, not a touchdown on the left. time ex-peered eventually. ruled a touchdown on the field. the officiating crew took more than ten mines to rev io coac with a call that would decide the game. >> the call on the field stands. touchdown. >> seahawks win in the most bizarre finish you'll ever see! >> i got to tell you, that's t the wor ct e o a football game i can remember. >> that's jon gruden. it didn't end there. the packers heading into the locker room by rule the seahawks need tkick an extra point for the game to end. they dragged the packers out of the locker roo a bring the orxtntnd the
seahawks win by a final of 14 and 12. coaches reacted. >> what was gng through your mind not knowing if it was going to be a touchdown when it was revied? >> i had a feeling it was going toe aucn. am too far for it not to be a touchdown. >> i understand there was a simultaneous catch and that's through the runner. good call. >> just look at the replay. then the fact thatt was reed it was awful. all i'm going to say about it. >> the league has a lot to look at but like i said, the refs did a great job. please don't accepted an them to my locker. >>idt s. s the reaction like most people but obviously the communication from our players was they had the ball. so, and i still haven't seen the replay of the player.
i have never seen anything le it. >> tke a12ause of that call. even the front page of "the seattle times" recognizes how fortunate they were. the headline, haushg hawks ste o's won the early. blueay up and bases full for the blue jays arencibia and jays win, 9-5 and orioles settle for a spl and won gameone. the yankees and twins up a swisher, that is a shot in minnesota. yankees cruise to a 6-1 victory and lead the a.l. east 5 1/2. we'll talk to former president thing of leaders along with the general assembly. we'll talk to the president about the economy, foreign
policy and his presidential race. when we come back here we'll huddle around the water cooler to watch a very undiplomatic exchange in the streets ofew york city. se? fellows in for theenal "way too early" coming right back. ♪ why not take a day to explore your own backyard? with two times the points on travel, you may find yourself asking why not, a lot. chase sapphire preferred. there's more to enjoy.
we told you at the top of the show president obama's drawing criticism for failing to schedule any one-on-one meetings with foreigner leaders this week. the white house responds by yie fenyak to ling conts world leaders by phone. tell your friends while running for re-election in 2004 as president obama is no george w. bush held five bilateral meetings at the united national assembly. president obama had 13 on-one meetings last year. enough of the real news. let's gather around the water oler to watch a people to enter snooki's name into the immortality of new jersey law. who knew her power? ooki and "theersey ore" cd so ch commotion the state assembly is stepping in. yesterday ocean county republican wrong that would dancer, wonderful name there introduced a snookiville law as
he calls it that would let njs njsowns regulate the fming of reality tv ows. honyteveav t problem to begin with assemblyman dancer is pushing a bill that would allow towns to impose ordinances on where producers canilm and even charge for extra police needed to corral crowds. jersbys my home sta ofew ceainlnot e fst time they've tried to shun snooki and her crew. her spin-off show was rejected bere it settled in manchester. governor chris christie has been quick to distinguish all then ti new jersey folk from those ito remind all of you of something. they're not from new jersey. they're from new york. snooki is from poughkeepsie, the situation from long island. they parachuted these losers to new jersey. [ plau ]
and they want to make all of you believe that they're from new jersey. they're not and i told cuomo a number o times, take them back. >> so far manchester mayor michael isosoki and j-woww have not caused any problems in the town. good news there. we'll keep you posted on assemblymen's banter. a video posted on youtube vows it can get ugly nen begin to argue over who flagged first and that's when this happened. it posted onhe website of "the new york daily news." first, pushing, i think we're okay. here comes the flying arm bar. nice move to g him down, try get in the ca the e t he finally gives up, throws him the cab and pats him on the head. you're out of here. i like how he close the door for him. let's watch it one more time.
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